So I take it diversity of workplaces was not an overwhelming factor in recruiting the panel.
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Subject: "PCC & RDA: Breaking the Silence" (PCC Participants' Meeting at ALA Midwinter)
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The Program for Cooperative Cataloging invites PCC members and the larger library community to the PCC Participants' Meeting. Responding to a set of questions related to their experience in applying RDA during the U.S. RDA Test, a panel of catalogers will talk about their experiences as PCC participants in the test. The speakers will represent the existing MARC-based PCC programs (BIBCO, NACO, and CONSER) and the non-MARC metadata viewpoint. Discussion will focus on what they learned during the test that has a bearing on future PCC policy and operational matters.
Chris Cronin (Chicago)
Joanna Dyla (Stanford)
Robert Maxwell (BYU)
Melanie Wacker (Columbia)
Beacher Wiggins (Library of Congress, representing US RDA Test Coordinating Committee)
PCC Participants' Meeting
Panel Discussion: "PCC & RDA: Breaking the Silence"
Sunday, January 9, 2011 4:00 - 5:30 PM
Location: San Diego Convention Center, Room 26
Head, UCLA Library Cataloging & Metadata Center
11020 Kinross Avenue
(campus mail code 723011)
Los Angeles, CA 90095-7230
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